Coconut oil has become increasingly popular for use in natural skincare products because of its many impressive benefits. Everyone from beauty experts to health professionals is recommending replacing many personal care products with coconut oil. But there is an even better version of coconut oil to try. It’s called “fractionated coconut oil.” This refined coconut oil is now being celebrated for its moisturizing and healing properties.
As the summer comes to a close, it’s hard not to wonder how we’ll successfully transition from a season of summer cookouts and beach days, to what may seem like an unmanageable schedule that now involves back to school anything, and that dreaded 9-5...bye Summer Fridays!
There has never been a better time to make your home a sanctuary from all the uncertainty of the world. A serene home atmosphere is essential to a healthy and mindful lifestyle, and essential oils can help you achieve this zen, spa-like atmosphere right in your home. Essential oils can serve many purposes, including cleaning, skin and hair care, and providing a relaxing scent. It can become overwhelming when looking at the wide variety of essential oils out there, so we have narrowed it down to some of our favorites that we think you will find most beneficial to your life.
Bergamot is a popular essential oil that is found in many high-end commercial perfumes and colognes, and it is used in hair care, bath and body products. Though its scent alone makes it a popular and sought-after oil, we would be selling it short to describe it merely as a fragrance. Bergamot is a multi-purpose oil used for a variety of cleansing, healing, and soothing purposes. In fact, bergamot oil essential oil is the epitome of a multi-tasker.
Cinnamon is delicious in all your cooked and baked goods, but did you know that cinnamon can do more than simply flavor your apple pie and sticky buns? For thousands of years, cinnamon has been a key medicinal spice in homeopathic treatments. In fact, its earliest uses date back 4,000 years to ancient Egypt, and the Bible mentions it multiple times for its strength in combating disease.